Girls Not Brides members are civil society organisations committed to working together to end child marriage and support married girls. Our strength is our diversity.
Spread across more than 100 countries
81% work in communities
42% identify as youth-led organisations
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Girls Not Brides is only as strong as its members. We believe we are more effective in achieving our objectives when we work together. By joining Girls Not Brides, you will become a part of – and strengthen – the global movement to end child marriage.
We have received technical support from Girls Not Brides, which has helped us to accelerate our child marriage campaign in the Nepali community. The Girls Not Brides Theory of Change, fundraising toolkit and other publications are empowering as well as motivating us to work on child marriage.Programme Director, Janaki Women Awareness Society (JWAS), Nepal
Stories from our members
Young Voices: National Report
Summary of a consultation with young people in India focused on an increase to the age of marriage in the country.
Civil society and budget advocacy to end child marriage
This report looks at the role that civil society organisations can play in budget advocacy to address child marriage, with key lessons from six pilot projects.
National Partnerships and Coalitions
Many Girls Not Brides member organisations have come together to accelerate progress to end child marriage in their countries by forming National Partnerships and coalitions. Find out more about what and where these networks are, what they do and how they work with Girls Not Brides.